The Sant Antoni’s Market is an institution in Barcelona, to the point that its reform, which has lasted for years, has provoked intense debates. Between the documentary and the essay, the careful observation and the political commentary, this film talks about the place itself, but also about the neighborhood and gentrification, and the people who populate the area, from lifelong merchants to young people in search of a future of their own.
Graduated in Art History, he was the assistant director of Theo Angelopoulos in Ulysses’ Gaze. He has authored and directed plays and cinematographic essays, and regularly collaborates with various cultural magazines, such as the Caimán, cuadernos de cine and Culturas de La Vanguardia. Professor of audiovisual and documentary language, he is currently the academic director of the Barcelona Film School (ECIB).
Filmography: Girant per Sant Antoni (2020), Correspondencia filmada (codirigit, 2015), Imágenes para un ensayo sobre Angelopoulos (2009), En el camino de Esmirna (2008), Una mirada sobre el prado que llora (2004), Oliete, un pueblo de otra España (2004)